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More details about AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 6000H Series Rembrandt APUs have surfaced. According to a leak, the Zen 3-based processors will feature boost clocks ranging from 4.7 GHz to 5.0 GHz. They will feature 8 cores, 16 threads, a 16 MB L3 cache, and RDNA 2 GPU cores.

Specifications

APU NameAPU FamilyArchitectureProcessCores / ThreadsBase ClockBoost ClockL3 CacheGraphicsTDP
Ryzen 9 6980HXRembrandt HZen 3+6nm?8 / 16TBD5.00 GHz16 MBRadeon 680M45W+
Ryzen 9 6900HXRembrandt HZen 3+6nm?8 / 16TBD4.90 GHz16 MBRadeon 680M45W+
Ryzen 7 6800HRembrandt HZen 3+6nm?8 / 16TBD4.70 GHz16 MBTBD35-45W
Source: Wccftech

The flagship is the Ryzen 9 6980HX with a boost clock of 5.0 GHz. Next is the Ryzen 9 6900HX with a boost clock of 4.9 GHz. Both have a TDP of over 45 watts and use a Radeon 680M for graphics. Last is the Ryzen 7 6800H, with a boost clock of 4.70 GHz and 35 to 45-watt TDP, making it the most efficient of the trio. It is not known what graphics solution will be incorporated into the APU.

AMD is expected to announce the Rembrandt family during its CES 2022 press conference on January 4. Recently, ASUS teased its new ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet, which is rumored to use an AMD Ryzen 6000H series Rembrandt APU.

Source: Wccftech

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  1. Eight cores, sixteen threads, RDNA 2 and on a refined sub-7nm process?

    I’m thinking these will be absolute monsters in the mobile and more extreme SFF spaces.

    AMD just needs to make sure that their platform power consumption is kept well in check – they’re already doing well here, but their competitors aren’t standing still! – and really, really work on their software support in the industry for their GPU and other hardware accelerators, namely for professional 3D acceleration and for video transcoding.

    And remember that their biggest competitor isn’t Intel or AMD – but Apple!

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